Bring justice to excessive absences and tardies by promoting school wide attendance improvement and timeliness. Kit includes fun and editable posters, individual letters to spell out "perfect attendance", themed spirit week, attendance themed team names, attendance/timeliness count posters for morning meetings, and class percentage goal posters!
This attendance sheet is very clean and allows you to keep track of attendance over time. This is a great way for a high school or middle school teacher to check off students each day. It's often most efficient to ONLY mark absent students, with the assumption all unmarked students are present. You could even appoint this job to a responsible student.
The Absences Add Up campaign emphasizes to parents the importance of consistent school attendance and the impact absences have on their children’s academic outcomes. The campaign demonstrates that absences add up, and as early as elementary school, students who miss just two days of school per month are more likely to fall behind and less...
After seeing a previous pin showing how a school displays attendance data, I collaborated with my principal and created this. We had a graphic designer work with us (my son) to recreate the one I made with poster board and laminated. This is dual sided so the parents see the data coming and going. It hangs on a front window near the main doors and the data is changed daily. I plan on making a chart that shows the average monthly attendance percentage as well as tardies and early dismissals.
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Need a fun classroom management activity to get kids focused and ready for the day? Teachers can set-up a DIY Question of the Day board with a drip pan and a few simple materials. Kids will love reading the different questions posted each school day!